J S Raghavan

Commuting to work with a Wodehouse

The first book I bought from my first salary was the Penguin paperback Carry on, Jeeves,  by P G Wodehouse.

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Hunting Salem’s witches

Between 1692 and 1693, the town of Salem in America was caught up in a frenzy.

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V Sudhish Pai

How far can the judges go?

Power is of an encroaching nature, wrote former US President James Madison. That is true of all power, judicial power is no exception

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R Prithvi Raj

R Prithvi Raj

TD win in MLC polls proves CM’s political acumen

Naidu ensures victory in Kadapa at all costs in belief that it sets off a trend that Jagan’s base is fast eroding; winning streak runs through Kurnool and Nellore

26 Mar 2017

Archana Dalmia

archana dalmia

UP scripts a new chapter of yogis, yoga and kalyug

We are getting rid of corruption in Uttar Pradesh. Yes, those incharge of this uphill task have a great record:

26 Mar 2017

K Srinath Reddy

Need for public health cadres to reach and deliver services

The new National Health Policy (2017) calls for the creation of ‘public health management cadres’ in all states. Even the draft Vision 2032 document of NITI Aayog advocates such establishment in at le

26 Mar 2017

Atlas in blunderland

What if I told you that the standard world maps you have been seeing in atlases all your life are inaccurate? In fact, public schools in Boston recently switched to a more accurate map

25 Mar 2017

M S Vaidyanathan

Stepping into my father’s shoes

While the present generation is more vocal in asking ‘why’ anything has to be done, as a matter of routine, whether in the office or at home, I too as a school boy would in a subtle manner evince keen

25 Mar 2017

Anannya Sarkar

Travel till you find a home...like Holly

Truman Capote’s novella Breakfast at Tiffany’s displays a romantic and charming, yet anguishing and heartwrenching drama.

25 Mar 2017